AVN Award Winning Director B. Skow presents Southern Hospitality starring Dillion Harper, Ash Hollywood, Darla Crane, and Alex Chance, with Billy Glide, Tommy Pistol, Evan Stone, and Richie Calhoun.
Jon Ho is married to three brides, Small, Medium, and Large! On the night of his third wedding, Medium, his second wife, starts getting jealous. As this is happening, a criminal family of moonshiners known as the Fuggs, made up of Mama Fugg, her three sons, Teeny, Tiny, and Mighty, on the run from the law, make their way onto Jon Jo’s thirty acres of woodlands to set up camp and hide from capture.
Medium catches sight of Tiny, bathing outside and masturbates to him. As she does, she is caught by out with a log. Medium and Tiny then go on the run, fall in love, and hide in the woods, hoping to escape both their families so they can elope. Meanwhile, Large and Small go out trying to find Medium. They argue and split up to cover more ground. Small runs afoul of Teeny and Mighty and they take her virginity. Large attempts to save Small, but has to make a deal with Mama Fugg in order to do so by having sex with her. Large and Small go back to the house. Jon Jo finds out that Small has been deflowered and goes after the Fuggs himself.
He gets caught by them and to make a deal. if he wants to live, he had to let the Fuggs live on his land, keep them safe from cops, and help them make moonshine. Seeing a financial opportunity, Jon Jo agrees. They drink moonshine to celebrate the arrangement. Jon Jo winds up getting so drunk that he proposes to Mama Fugg in a fit of inebriated madness. At the wedding, Small shoots Teeny and Mighty dead and Tiny shoots Mama Fugg as well. Large, Small, and Medium all leave Jon Jo. Medium and Tony Fugg get married to each other and Large and Small begin a relationship of their own!